When you have multiple apps on your workflow, there arises a need for an effective transfer of data from one app to another app.

This is certainly a pain-point, and it is solved effortlessly by Zapier.

Using Zapier, you can connect apps with each other and transfer data from one app to another. When an event happens in one app, Zapier can tell another app to perform (or do) a particular action.

You can totally automate your workflow with the help of Zapier.

When you think about the hours of time this can save and provide total elimination of human errors involved in this process, don’t you think Zapier is worth it ?

The amazing thing with Zapier is you don’t need to learn a single line of Code to do this.

Connecting Swipe Pages with Google Sheets using Zapier:

In this tutorial, I would be showing you how you can connect and transfer data from Swipe Pages to Google sheets using Zapier.

Estimated time to complete: 2 to 4 minutes

Let’s get started.

What you’ll need:

  1. In Swipe Pages, publish a page and make sure that there is at least one Form module / Order form module present on that page.

  2. A Zapier account.

Permissions required to access the Zapier Integration:

The owner of the Swipe Pages account and invited team members with Admin or Manager level permissions can access the Zapier Integration.

Steps Involved:

Step 1:

Publish a page with a Form module or order form module present in it.

In this tutorial, I would be using only the Form module.

I have created a page named “Zapier test page”, added a Form module and published it using one of Swipe Pages free test domains.

The Form is where the user submits their respective information (i.e) Lead information.

(If you have already completed Step 1, you can directly move on to Step 2)

Step 2:

Click on Integrations tab present on the Left panel of the dashboard.

integrations tab

Step 3:

  1. Under Integrations tab, you will find the Zapier app on the top.
    Click on the Zapier tab and then, press Connect.

    Click on Zapier

  2. In the first instance, when you click Connect, a pop-up window will open requesting authorization for connecting Swipe Pages with your Zapier account.

    Click Authorize.

    The authorization step is a one-time process and will not be required when you try using Zapier again.

  3. Once Zapier is connected, the next step would be to click Generate API key. Now, click this button and an API key will get generated. You have to click on the Copy icon which is adjacent to the API key to complete this step.


    Once the above steps are done, your Zapier account is successfully connected with Swipe Pages.


Now, there are two ways to proceeding further, which are by using our Pre-designed Zap templates or Creating a New Zap.

Let me provide a short description of the above-mentioned approaches:

  • The Pre-designed Zap templates are ready-made integrations or zaps with the apps and core fields pre-selected, for publicly available Zapier integrations.

  • Creating a new Zap is more of a traditional approach where you build the Zap from scratch by integrating apps, mapping the required fields, testing and creating a so-called Zap.

I would be taking you through both the approaches.

(Point to Remember: You can choose any one of the two approaches)

Step 4:

4a) Pre-Designed template approach

4b) Create a new Zap approach

4a): Pre-Designed template approach:


Here is the complete Video of Step 4a for your reference:

😎 Please don't be overwhelmed by the sheer number of steps mentioned below.

Trust me, it is so simple! 👍

👉🏻I have just broken down the above 3 minutes video (complete video of step 4a) into number of steps and explained every step.

Let's begin😁

  1. Click on the page URL to open the published page. Submit a lead in the Form on the published page.

    published page URL

    form submission

  2. To check the submitted lead, please view the submitted lead under the Leads Tab.

    leads tab


    This lead submitted will get pulled by Zapier as the Test Lead during the Zap testing phase.

  3. Now, let us go back to the Zapier app under the Integrations Tab.

    zapier app

  4. Click the Copy icon to copy the API Key. We need to paste the API Key in the one of the following steps.

    copy the API key

  5. Now, click on the Pre-designed Zapier template shown in the screenshot below. This template connects Swipe Pages and Google sheets through Zapier.

    Every Pre-designed Zapier template will have a trigger set in place and an action that occurs when the trigger is set in motion.

    The trigger set on this particular template is “Form submission” in Swipe Pages. The action caused by the trigger is “Creating a spreadsheet row" on Google Sheets.

    pre-designed zapier template

  6. The Zapier app will open up, and please press Get Started.

    get started

  7. Now, you have to connect Swipe Pages with Zapier by using the API key provided.

    (Point To Remember: API keys work at a Sub-account level. Using Zapier API key, you will be able to access the pages and set Zaps for that particular sub-account)

    Click Connect button and then, paste the copied API key onto the field provided in the Pop-up window. This will connect the particular sub-account of Swipe Pages with Zapier.

    connecting Swipe Pages with zapier

  8. Next step would be to connect your Google account with Zapier.


    A simple email validation and providing necessary permissions are all that is required to connect your Google account with Zapier.

  9. Once your Google account is connected, you would be able to select your Google Drive.

    select your google drive

  10. Now, select the Spreadsheet under the Google Drive.

    select google spreadsheet

  11. Then, select the particular worksheet under the Spreadsheet, where you want your leads collected. Google sheets is now connected with Zapier.

  12. Lastly, map the Swipe Pages form field with the corresponding column present in the Google Worksheet.

    This process is where you tell Zapier how to put the lead data from the Swipe pages onto the Google Worksheet.

  13. Let us now test the Zap.

    Once you click Send Test, a test lead pulled from Swipe Pages will be sent to Google Sheets. You can check the working of the Zap during this testing phase.

  14. If you find the test result satisfactory, then, all you need to do is click Turn on Zap and you are good to go.

    turning on Zap

4b) Create A Zap approach:

Here is the complete Video of Step 4b for your reference:

😎 Please don't be overwhelmed by the sheer number of steps mentioned below.

Trust me, it is so simple! 👍

👉🏻I have just broken down the above 4 minutes video (complete video of step 4b) into number of steps and explained every step.

Let's begin😁

  1. Click on the page URL to open the published page. Submit a lead in the Form on the published page.

    page URL

    form submission

  2. To check the submitted lead, please view the submitted lead under the Leads Tab.

    leads tab


    This lead submitted will get pulled by Zapier as the Test Lead during the Zap testing phase.

  3. Now, let us go back to the Mini-Zapier app under the Integrations Tab.


  4. Click the Copy icon to copy the API Key. We need to paste the API Key in the one of the following steps.

  5. To build a Zap from scratch, we have to manually select and connect the apps, set the trigger and triggered action in place, map the fields, test the zap and set it live.

    The trigger that we are going to set is “Form submission” in Swipe Pages. The action caused by the trigger is “Creating a spreadsheet row" on Google Sheets.

  6. Now, let us begin. Click on Create a Zap and the Zapier app will open up.

    create a Zap

  7. Provide a name for your Zap.

    name your Zap

  8. Select Swipe Pages under the Trigger tab.


    (please select the latest Swipe Pages version 1.2.0)

  9. Then, select New Form Submission as the trigger action and click Continue.

  10. Now, let’s connect Swipe Pages with Zapier by using the API key provided.

    (Point To Remember: API keys work at a Sub-account level. Using Zapier API key, you will be able to access the pages and set Zaps for that particular sub-account)

    Click Sign in to Swipe Pages. Then, paste the copied API key onto the field provided in the Pop-up window.

    This will connect the particular sub-account of Swipe Pages with Zapier.

  11. Choose the page of your choice displayed under the drop-down menu and then, click Continue.

  12. The next step is testing the trigger. If Zapier is able to pull the latest lead from the chosen page, then the trigger test is successful.

    All you need to do is click Test trigger and Zapier will pull the latest lead.

    You can visually check the retrieved lead. If you don’t find any error, then click Continue.

  13. Now, let us set the triggered action.

    Select Google Sheets under the Actions tab. Then, select Create a Spreadsheet row as the action event and click Continue.

    setting the triggered action

  14. Next step would be to connect your Google account with Zapier.
    A simple email validation and providing necessary permissions are all that is required to connect your Google account with Zapier.

    Once your Google account is connected, you would be able to select your Google Drive. Now, select the desired Spreadsheet under the Google Drive.

    Then, select the particular Worksheet under the Spreadsheet, where you want your leads collected.

    Google sheets is now connected with Zapier.

    selecting the google sheets

  15. Lastly, map the Swipe Pages form field with the corresponding column present in the Google Worksheet.

    This process is where you tell Zapier how to put the lead data from the Swipe pages onto the Google Worksheet.

    field mapping process

  16. Let us test the Zap now.

    Once you click Send Test, a test lead pulled from Swipe Pages will be sent to Google Sheets. You can check the working of the Zap during this testing phase.

    testing the Zap

  17. If the test result was satisfactory, then, all you need to do is Turn on Zap and your Zap is live.

    turn on the Zap



    Frequently asked questions:

  1. How do I turn off and turn on a Zap?


    All your Zaps will be listed on My Zaps tab, irrespective of whether they are active or turned off.

    Turning OFF Zap:

    Click on the Zap that you wish to turn off.

    Zapier pop-up will open up. On the top right of the Zapier pop-up, you will find a toggle switch.

    Click on the toggle switch to turn off the Zap.

    Tutorial video about turning off Zap:


    Turning ON the Zap:

    Click on the Zap that you wish to turn ON.

    Zapier pop-up will open up. On the top right of the Zapier pop-up, you will find a toggle switch.

    Click on the toggle switch to turn ON the Zap.

    Tutorial video about turning ON the Zap:


  2. How do I Manage my Zaps?

    Managing your Zaps within the Zapier dashboard is a breeze. You can turn off or turn on Zaps, delete them, move them and do much more.


    I have provided a link below to the article on Managing Zaps by Zapier.

    Click here to view the article


  3. How do I disconnect Zapier from a particular Swipe Pages account?

    Please follow the steps mentioned below:
    Click on the disconnect option as shown on the screenshot below.

    Disconnect Zapier screenshot.

    This option will disconnect Zapier from the particular sub-account of Swipe pages.

    disconnect button


    (Point to remember: The active Zaps will still be working even after disconnecting Zapier from the particular sub-account)


    To totally remove all the zaps and completely sever the access between a particular sub-account of Swipe Pages with Zapier, please do the following:

    • Go to your Zapier dashboard, select all the zaps that were originally connected to the disconnected subaccount of Swipe Pages and turn them OFF, if they are turned ON.

    • Then, please move all those zaps to the trash bin of Zapier.

    • Now, click on the My Apps Tab on the left panel of Zapier dashboard. Then, select the Swipe Pages app.

    • Click Delete under the app settings.


    Let me show you how to do this through a short tutorial video:





















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